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Pictured, l. to r., are Harold Didricksen, Scott McIntosh, Shaun Woroneski, Rob McIntosh, Jeremy Miller Sr., Corey Morrow, Jeff Bills, Andrew Stafford, Bennie Joiner, and Mark Ferullo.

THE BOILERMAKER ADVANTAGE. Never was it more evident than in Meade, Neb., when E-3 Bio Fuels found itself so far behind schedule that it hired NTL contractor Ethanol Tanks LLC to get it back on track. The company was so impressed with Ethanol’s crew, they ended up firing the original nonunion contractor and had Ethanol — and the Boilermakers — finish the job. In all they built two storage tanks and finished four fermenter tanks the nonunion workers were supposed to build. According to Adam Dalton, Ethanol Tanks’ director of operations, “The power of craftsmanship has no boundaries.”

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Published on the Web: July 18, 2007

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